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3 Top Warren Buffett Stocks to Buy Right Now

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Written by Stephanie Bedard-Chateauneuf, MBA at The Motley Fool Canada

When it comes to identifying the top Warren Buffett stocks to invest in, it’s all about leveraging the wisdom gained from decades of experience.

Warren Buffett, often referred to as the Oracle of Omaha, is renowned for his unparalleled investment prowess, having weathered various market conditions and consistently delivered profits. In the current economic landscape, one of the main concerns is rising inflation. Despite the Federal Reserve’s efforts, consumer prices remain stubbornly high. However, this is not a new challenge for Buffett, who has successfully navigated similar situations.


Another key aspect of Buffett’s investment philosophy is his ability to discern genuine value rather than chase the latest trends.

Of course, within the vast portfolio of his conglomerate, Berkshire Hathaway, there’s an array of investment opportunities. It’s impossible to adopt every single idea he proposes, so we need to narrow down the list to focus on the best Warren Buffett stocks.


Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO), the legendary beverage behemoth, stands as a quintessential embodiment of American capitalism and mirrors Warren Buffett’s investment preferences. While 2023 saw a modest 7% decline in KO’s stock value, it retains its stature as a robust contender among the finest Warren Buffett-approved stocks. KO’s current trading price is $58.33 per share. A notable feature in KO’s options market is the discernible volatility smile, underscoring a widespread anticipation of an upward trajectory in its share price. This phenomenon is evidenced by the surge in implied volatility (IV) as strike prices venture further into the out-of-the-money territory. Institutional traders are actively engaging in the selling of puts, a strategy laden with bullish undertones, signaling their optimism regarding KO’s future performance.

Adding to its appeal, analysts uniformly endorse KO as a strong buy, supported by a consensus price target of $71.82. This projection suggests a substantial 23% potential upside, making Coca-Cola an enticing prospect for investors seeking value and long-term growth opportunities in their portfolios.

General Motors

Opting to invest in General Motors (NYSE:GM) is not just a financial decision but also a patriotic one, resonating with the sentiment of never betting against America. General Motors has undertaken a commendable pivot towards electrification, electrifying its iconic auto models. This move strategically positions the company for a promising future in the evolving automotive industry. While GM’s performance in the current year has shown modest gains, trading at a forward P/E ratio of only 4.4x, lower than 92.9% of its industry peers, it presents a compelling value proposition for discerning investors.

Moreover, analysts have bestowed a moderate buy rating on GM, substantiated by an average price target of $50.53. This target indicates an impressive potential upside of over 48%, underscoring the latent value that General Motors offers to investors who appreciate the company’s strategic direction and long-term growth prospects. By investing in GM, investors can align investments not only with patriotic sentiment but also with a forward-looking vision of the automotive landscape.

Kraft Heinz

Kraft Heinz (NASDAQ:KHC) is another company that closely aligns with the investment preferences of Warren Buffett, particularly within the food and beverage sector. In the present economic climate, with a growing trend towards home cooking and dining, Kraft Heinz is well-positioned to reap the benefits of this shift in consumer behaviour. Underlining its significance, Berkshire Hathaway, through one of its subsidiaries, holds an impressive 26.5% stake in Kraft Heinz, constituting a substantial 3.1% of its overall portfolio.

While Kraft Heinz may have room for improvement in its long-term revenue growth, it consistently boasts robust profit margins and a track record of maintaining steady annual net income. Currently, KHC’s valuation is favourable, trading at a forward earnings multiple of 11.4x, positioning it below the valuations of 75% of its industry peers.

Furthermore, analysts endorse Kraft Heinz with a moderate buy rating, supported by an average price target of $40.47. This target implies the potential for nearly 20% growth in the company’s stock value, presenting an enticing opportunity for investors who value stability, profitability, and future prospects in their investment choices.

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Fool contributor Stephanie Chateauneuf owns shares of Coca-Cola. The Motley Fool recommends Berkshire Hathaway and Kraft Heinz. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy